Diana Lucifera

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iUniverse, Sep 22, 2005 - Fiction
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"Diana Lucifera" is based on biblical facts and fiction. It draws on Christian and pagan beliefs to relate the story of one woman's struggle to have a child; how she dabbled with the devil and evil forces and through persistence overcame all adversities.

The story combines elements of suspense and emotion and is designed to entertain as well as enlighten and provoke thought. The story centers on Diana-Artemis, the biblical goddess of fertility. John, a biblical archaeologist took along his barren wife Karen on a dig in search of the lost statue of Artemis. Karen sold her soul to the devil and made a pact in order to have a child unbeknownst to John. Karen became pregnant and possessed and began having unnatural sex with a demonic entity. Now the couple was really scared. The fetus just wouldn't abort and an exorcism was a failure. Finally Karen gave birth to Desmond.

John and Karen separated and then divorced. The super wealthy Rhams adopted Desmond in a sealed adoption.

At puberty, killing powers erupted in Desmond. After murdering his adoptive parents and biological father, Desmond went to kill his mother. She, now exorcised, kills him instead, thus good overcoming evil.

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